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The Senate Chaplain Barry Black has been trolling the GOP every day during the impeachment trial.

The fact that the Senate opens each day with a benediction seems like a pretty clear violation of the separation of church and state. But Chaplain Barry Black's impeachment trial performance almost makes it worth it.

"Help them to follow the road of humility that leads to honor, as they find their safety in trusting you." Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers a prayer before the opening of today's proceedings. #ImpeachmentPBS 

Senate Chaplain Barry Black -- who gave such eloquent, sometimes fiery, opening prayers during Trump's #ImpeachmentTrial , was greeted warmly by GOP and Dems as he came in.

In prayer opening closing arguments at Senate Court of Impeachment, Chaplain Barry Black asked they Lord that lawmakers "permit you to keep them from stumbling" and grant they leave "a legacy of honor as they seek your will in all they do."

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"Grant that they will leave a legacy of honor as they seek your will in all they do." Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers a prayer for lawmakers before the opening of today's proceedings. #ImpeachmentPBS 

Senate chaplain Barry Black, in his invocation, bids Senators to "leave a legacy of honor."

Senate Chaplain Barry Black: “They can't ignore you and get away with it. We always reap what we sow.”

Senate Chaplain Barry Black, a Baltimore native, regularly opens the chamber’s proceedings with prayer and has done the same during the impeachment trial.

Senate Chaplain Barry Black in prayer to start the final Q&A session today in Trump#ImpeachmentTrial , urges God to help senators in "separating the relevant from the irrelevant." "Eliminate discordant static with the music of your wisdom."

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In his daily prayer, Senate Chaplain Barry Black weighs in on border controversy: "As children are being separated from their parents, remind us to love our neighbors as ourselves and to protect the most vulnerable in our world."

"Lord, grant that this impeachment trial will make our nation stronger, wiser and better." Senate Chaplain Barry Black offers a prayer before the opening of today's proceedings. #ImpeachmentPBS 

Senate Chaplain Barry Black brings up the death of Kobe Bryant and his daughter in prayer: “We think about life’s brevity, uncertainty and legacy. Remind us that we all have a limited time on Earth to leave the world better than we found it.”

Senate Chaplain Barry Black leads lawmakers in prayer ahead of opening arguments: "Help them remember that patriots reside on both sides of the aisle ... give them a civility built upon integrity that brings consistency in their beliefs and actions."

In today's opening prayer at impeachment trial, Senate Chaplain Barry Black called on Almighty God to "let your will be done." He asked Senators recognize the right of the opposing side to differ, and to distinguish between facts and opinions. without lambasting the messengers."

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"Lord, as our senators prepare to gather for today's impeachment trial, we declare that you alone are our hope." Chaplain Barry Black reads prayer on the Senate floor ahead of the first full day of the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

In prayer today, Senate Chaplain Barry Black mentions military personnel visiting "charity food pantries" and preparing to miss a second payday. He asks that God "remind each Senator of the words of Jesus of Nazareth in Luke 10:7: 'Those who work, deserve their pay.'"

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In daily prayer, Senate Chaplain Barry Black weighs in on border controversy: "As children are being separated from their parents, remind us to love our neighbors as ourselves and to protect the most vulnerable in our world."

In daily prayer, Senate Chaplain Barry Black weighs in on border controversy: "As children are being separated from their parents, remind us to love our neighbors as ourselves and to protect the most vulnerable in our world."

In daily prayer, Senate Chaplain Barry Black weighs in on border controversy: "As children are being separated from their parents, remind us to love our neighbors as ourselves and to protect the most vulnerable in our world."

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